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Betty Boop withdraw in 1939. This cartoon might be her best from that year. Her house is invaded by lively crows and she finds ways to handle the problem.
This movie is part of the collection: Film Chest Vintage Cartoons Producer: Fleischer Studios Audio/Visual: sound, b/w Keywords: Betty Boop; Fleischer Studios
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Individual Files
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October 8, 2009
margie hines... the last voice for bettys last cartoons
Mae Questel quit voicing betty boop in 1938
margie hines started voicing betty boop in 1938-1939
and i think bonnie poe did a few cartoons in 1938 after questel stopped voicing betty boop, and an unknown voice, unsure if it was kate wrights voice, but it will be unknown forever
Little ann rothschild quited ages ago so it couldnt have been her.
it was said that margie hines was the first voice of betty boop in dizzy dishes in 1930
Anyway bettys last cartoons betty seemed a bit fun, margie had a pretty voice and she did well at voicing betty boop
Its weird how in who framed roger rabbit mae questel had got to voice betty for the last time.
imagine is mae questel was unavailable
mabey they would have got one of the alternative voices? who knows
margie hines was a bit younger than questel.